Saharan Crossing: Galya Ben-Arieh on The Realities of Migration Today

In conjunction with the exhibition Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time, the Block Museum is pleased to partner with leaders from around the University.¬† Galya Ben-Arieh is professor of instruction in political science. Her research centers on the rights and processes of refugee protection and the role of law in settlement and inclusion in host […]

“Caravans of Gold” offers rich opportunities for education

The Block Museum of Art is thrilled to partner with Northwestern’s Program of African Studies¬†(PAS) on the exhibition Caravans of Gold, Fragments in Time.¬† A particular focus of the partnership has been the creation of an education program to accompany the curriculum. Amy Settergren, Outreach Coordinator of the Program of African Studies discusses the planning: […]